USSR

Metropoliteno - Vladimir Varankin

V. Varankin — instruisto de kavaleria lernejo. Urbo Tverj, 1925

Romano de Vladimir Varankin verkisto de Esperanto por Laboristoj. El la eldonejo "Sur la paĝoj de «Metropoliteno» vi legos pri la eventoj, kiuj kaŭzis naskiĝon de naziismo en Germanio kaj uzurpon de potenco en USSR far la koterio de Stalin."

Revolutionary Linguistics: The Ideology of the Soviet Esperanto Movement, 1917-1938

Enrollments for Esperanto course, Leningrad, Russia, 1919

Work detailing the history of the Russian then Soviet Esperanto movement, its relationship to the government, its linguistic work and eventual repression.

1953: Uprising at the Norilisk Labour Camp

Monument to victims of Gulag in Norilsk

Account of a mass strike by inmates at the Norilag Gulag against executions and enforced labour.

1957 : la nuklea katastrofo en Majak, Sovetunio

La unua nuklea katastrofo okazinta en Rusio en 1957

Ĉernobil Dokumenta Novelo

La libro de Jurij Ŝĉerbak pri la Nuklea Katastrofo ĉe Ĉernobil.

Ethiopia and World Politics - George Padmore

George Padmore on the Italian war against Ethiopia and the Soviet response. Crisis, May 1935.

Soviet Appeasement, Collective Security, and the Italo-Ethiopian war of 1935 and 1936

Historical notes on the relationship between the USSR and Italy during Italy's war against Ethopia in 1935-1936, includes several excerpts from George Padmore's writings on the conflict.

1979 Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan

Soviet tanks in front of the Darulaman Palace in Kabul

An interview with a former Soviet army veteran and a member of the Soviet News Agency's Afghan news desk about the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan. Covers some disturbing subjects, CW: discussion of suicide.

The Soviet Invasion and the Afghan Response, 1979-1982 - M. Hassan Kakar

Afghan historian M. Hassan Kakar's history of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the response of the population of Afghanistan to it. Kakar was involved with the events.

The untold history of armistice and the end of World War I

‘The best antidote to ideology is detail,’ writes Paul Mason. And the detail that’s missing this Armistice Day is that working people, when they take power into their own hands, can end whatever catastrophe is imposed on them.